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The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ds wide in as short time as it could cross over as much space on a common road. Lieut. Henry A. Wise is the acting chief of the Naval Orduance Burean in the absence of Capt. Harwood, who is off on a tour of inspection, in the course of which he will doubtless inspect the ordnance in all the United States navy-yards. This is the first instance on record in which a lieutenant has been charged with the chieftainship of a naval bureau. We are gratified to learn that to-day Col. Phillip St. George Cooke, U. S. A., recently made a Brigadier General of volunteers, was promoted to be a Brigadier General in the regular service. It seems to be understood that Brig. Gen. Sumner is about to be placed by Major-Gen. McClellan in command of an important division of the army of the Potomac. The coming session of Congress — Efficiency of the army of the Potomac--Opening trade with the South. "Ion," the special Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, writing under date